By Vicki Christensen Melissa Hedtke wasn’t looking to own another horse. Having grown up with horses and with years of competitive eventing under her belt, she was just settling into her new life with the different kind of freedom that comes with not owning horses. But as fate would have it, that’s when Melissa
34 Ingate (Full Article) Subscribe for just $9.95 or Order Individual Issues Here! FEATURES 14 Pony Club Horsemasters are Making Waves 16 Show Jumper Brian Walker Answers Your Questions 18 Equestrian Destination: Franklin, Tennessee 24 Restaurant: Red Pony Restaurant 26 Sports Psychology: Horse Show Parenting 28 Fashion Designer Mark Badgley 44 Lisa Roskens: The Woman
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By Lauren R. Giannini Kimberly Risser has a soft spot in her heart for horses, especially off-the-track Thoroughbreds, thanks to her junior show hunter and horse of a lifetime, Make My Day. So, when she rescued her first horse about seven years ago, it wasn’t a surprise that she chose an ex-racehorse with three bad
By Doris Degner-Foster At the Totally Thoroughbred Horse Show at Pimlico Race Track in Maryland this past July, a young bay gelding named Atom was there mainly to gain experience. It was only his second show and his owner was focusing on her jumper who was competing in the $7,500 Jumper Speed Stakes, so she
Kelly Conner — Rescuing Horses and Saving Lives By Taylor Renner Despite the abundance of diversity throughout the equestrian community, we all share a common bond — a passion for horses. No matter how we choose to express this passion or how different we may seem to one another, we’re all connected through the love
By Jan Westmark-Allan A great book! We are knee-deep in the Sidelines OTTB Photo contest and it has been amazing to read each story and see the photos. They are heartwarming and amazing stories and show the strength and determination of the Thoroughbred breed.
By Maria Holman Melissa Raffaeli already had two horses and a newborn baby when she spotted a picture of Royal Wildcat online. A five year old, 16.1h, Off the Track Thoroughbred gelding. Royal Wildcat was rescued from the kill pen at the New Holland horse auction in Pennsylvania. During his racing career, Wildcat had competed